David Carrier holds free LifePlan Workshops each week.
Harder and Warner Landscaping and Garden Center walks you through what you need to know about spring planting.
Squeaky lives at Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary.
The Michigan Legislature is responding to a recent audit that found some state bridge inspections weren’t always completed on time.
The Will Play for Food Foundation helps raise awareness of childhood hunger in West Michigan.
Neil Jacobs creates a unique sound using a 12 string guitar.
After articles about Grand Rapids being the second-worst metropolitan city for black residents, community members responded.
The shop owner who announced that he would refuse service to “openly gay” customers claims he is getting threats and now needs protection.
An arrest has been made in connection to a 2013 homicide in Grand Rapids.
Twenty-seven schools have been removed from Michigan’s bottom 5 percent of the lowest-academically performing schools.
Police have arrested a suspect after two men exchanged gunfire at a Family Fare Gas Station parking lot.
A school district in Virginia has admitted concerns over the presentation of a student’s lunch served at an elementary school.
Police in Battle Creek are investigating several incidents involving counterfeit $20 bills.
All lanes on northbound US-131 in Grand Rapids are back open following a Thursday morning crash involving multiple vehicles.
A Seattle CEO announced he’s giving himself a drastic pay cut to help cover the cost of big raises for his employees.
Satisfy late night hunger with this list of late night eateries in West Michigan!